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Detroit Mob Confidential

This film explores the history of Detroit’s La Cosa Nostra Family, which, in many ways, is the most successful crime family in the United States. “Detroit Mob Confidential” is the first and only documentary made about America’s most secretive, and most successful Mafia family. Beginning in 1912 and finishing in 2009, “Detroit Mob Confidential” is a must-see film for any student of American history, crime buffs, and Detroiters of all ages and backgrounds.

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Magic of Lights

When: Through Dec. 30. From 5:30-10 p.m.
Where: Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston
What: A dazzling, drive-thru holiday light display
Who: You and as many people you can fit in your car — one car, one price
Why: 'Tis the season
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